Three people are placed under arrest in connection to the killing of Joshua J.C. Taitague.

Taitague’s body was found in the middle of the road along Chalan Mata in Talo’fo’fo’ early Saturday.

David Quichocho Uncangco, Jr., 53, was arrested on suspicion of aggravated murder, second-degree robbery, possession of a firearm without a firearms ID, conspiracy to robbery, conspiracy to commit murder, destroying evidence, use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony, theft of a motor vehicle, illegal possession of a schedule II controlled substance and illegal possession within a drug free school zone.

Frances Janet Sahagon Cruz, 38, was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, conspiracy to commit robbery, destroying evidence, robbery, destroying evidence, carjacking, and illegal possession of a controlled substance.

Darryl Wayne Cundiff, 45, was arrested on suspicion of robbery, possession of an unregistered firearm, loss-destruction-theft of ID or firearm, and loaning firearm without a valid ID.

Investigators confirm Taitague suffered a gunshot wound to his head.

Detectives with the Criminal Investigation Section learned that Taitague left his residence just before 3 am Saturday to give Cruz a ride.

Taitague left his residence in a white 2007 Toyota Corolla, which authorities later found ditched in the Dededo area.

Investigators did not disclose what happened in the moments that led up to Taitague’s death.

Police tracked down surveillance video from Charis Mart in Dededo, which captured Uncangco allegedly using Taitague’s car to rob the store at gunpoint before he took off with $300.

Authorities said Cruz and Uncangco confessed to the crimes and later led detectives to several areas where evidence was located to include the alleged murder weapon.

Cundiff allegedly admitted to giving a 9mm pistol to Uncangco. 

The trio is being held at the Department of Corrections prison waiting to appear before a magistrate judge in the Superior Court of Guam.